Google Earth layers for Crustal Strain Exercise This Google Earth kmz files contains layers compiled by the author from public sources: boundaries of the study area, earthquake epicenters >= 6.0 from 1993-2012, USGS near real-time seismicity, southern California focal mechanisms, and locations of faults active since the late Quaternary.
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this file. This activity was authored by Laurel Goodell of Princeton University, and is an adaption of the UNAVCO educational module on crustal strain. It also borrows from an adaption of the module by Anne Egger at Stanford. Princeton graduate student Jon Husson contributed additions and modifications to the UNAVCO module Matlab code used in the exercise..
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